• Statement fails when backing up SQL Server to UNC

    My team is creating a maintenance plan for our SQL Server 2005. Our backup needs to be written to another server so we're using a UNC path. One member of the team (who's running the SQL Agent jobs) has full access to the other server. But we've run into a problem: The statement keeps failing....

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  • How to backup hard drives offsite

    I've been working on a hard drive backups project for the last few months. Is there a good way to store them offsite? We most use hard drives (not tapes). Any help is appreciated.

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  • What’s the best way for backup checking?

    One of our administrators has been making a system which would automatically backup everything and forgets about it (as long as their no problems). He would only be notified when the system fails (AKA if the system is broken or unrestorable). He's trying to figure out a good way avoid these...

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  • How to backup MySQL database automatically on Windows Server

    I've been searching everywhere to find an answer to my question but still can't find anything. Would anyone happen to know if it's possible to backup a MySQL database automatically during certain times of the day to a specific server / email attachment? Should we use the Windows Task Scheduler?...

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  • How to restore original repository state from backup

    For some reason, one of our interns accidentally pulled some changes from our main repo with rebase parameter. Is there a way I can restore the original repository state from our backup? It was created during the rebase. Thanks so much.

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  • How to backup MySQL users and their privileges

    Is there a way to actually backup our MySQL users and their privileges? Would mysqldump work? Here's what I have so far: mysqldump -d -u root -p MyTable > Schema.sql Thanks so much!

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  • Is there a command line program to backup databases in SQL Server?

    We've been so busy with other projects that we've been putting off backing up our database on our internal servers. Does anyone know if there's a way (or a simple command line program) that we can use to backup certain databases in SQL Server? Maybe a VBScript? Thank you.

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  • Backup SQL Server database to a local server

    I'm trying to copy a database from our remote server to another server. We tried using SQL Server Management Studio but it keeps backing up to a drive on the remote server. Should we use a third party tool? Or is there another way to copy this database over?

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  • How to backup Eclipse plugins

    I've been using Eclipse for the past few weeks and I already have several plugins installed. How can I backup these plugins? So when I upgrade to a future Eclipse version, I'll be able to replay them. Any help would be appreciated

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  • How to backup SVN repository on Windows Server

    We've been running a SVN server on Windows Server and I'm trying to schedule an automated backup procedure. It's only going to be me working on the repository. Should I use hotcopy or just use a Windows backup application to back it up? Would robocopy work? Thank you!

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  • Deleted the SQL Server 2005 Database

    Hello! Please tell me is it possible to restore the database if someone accidentally deleted it? I have an old backup but I want a new database to reanimate. Really the database completely is removed from a disk?

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  • Why isn’t RAID a backup?

    I apologize if this is a dumb question but I was having a conversation with my friend about backups and he told me that RAID is not a backup. Is that true? What would be the difference between redundancy and a backup? Thanks!

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  • Restore single table from SQL Server 2005

    For our SQL Server 2005, I had a backup made for the entire database. But does anyone know of a way to restore just one single table, no the whole thing?

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  • Backup single database table using PostgreSQL

    Hi experts! Does anyone know how to create a backup of a single table, that's within a database, using PostgreSQL? Can I use the pg_dump for this? Thank you very much.

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  • Co-Worker hacking protection

    How can I protect my desktop (especially files and mail) from co-worker hacking? I am sure someone else within the company I work for, is hacking my PC. What can I do to protect my PC, before telling IT?

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  • Should we use Apache Subversion as a backup tool?

    Should we use Apache Subversion (SVN) as our backup tool. We're looking for a new one and this was recommended by a few other people in another organization but we want to make sure. Thank you!

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  • Saving sublime text to migrate to another computer

    I'm trying to migrate from one Mac to another and I need to sublime text to another computer (to have all of the same plugins/configuration that I had on the old computer). Would there be a folder I could just copy and restore on another one to replicate everything?

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  • Where is the backup for SQL Server database located?

    We've been trying to create a backup for SQL Server database using SQL Server Management Studio 2008. We were able to create the backup but it's being saved at some path that we can't find. We saved it on our hard drive but it's not there! What should we do?

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  • What’s the best way to backup an Amazon S3 bucket?

    I need some advice. I'm trying to find the best way (or advice) to backup an Amazon S3 bucket. After doing some searching, this is what I found: Versioning Copy an S3 bucket to another using AWS SDK Backup to Amazon Glacier Backup to another production server What's the best option for me? Thank...

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  • Force replace when backing up SQL database

    We're trying to back up our database using this code: sqlcmd -S servername -Q "BACKUP DATABASE [DBName] TO DISK = 'C:\backup.bak'" It's been working but there's one little issue: When the backup file already exists, the data gets appended to the file. We need it to replace the file. Is there a way...

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